Seared to Perfection
Stemming from the Italian word panino, which refers to a sandwich made with something other than sliced bread, panini sandwiches have become an intricate part
of many American menus. Stuffed with ingredients like bell peppers, fresh mozzarella, turkey or chicken, they are easily adaptable
to a variety of culinary tastes, and their delectable outer-sear will add a much-needed facelift to a number of classic (yet
boring) sandwich combinations.
First up is our Rosemary-Chicken Panini with Spinach and Sun-Dried Tomatoes. A delicious solution to the busy weeknight dinner dilemma, this excellent sandwich is loaded with fresh flavor and is guaranteed to satisfy any appetite.
View Recipe: Rosemary-Chicken Panini with Spinach and Sun-Dried Tomatoes